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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 21, 1961
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werfdTthe ^ Ifaf'es, b'ut'thi faVfe of this exodus may flow be ixjsted "after the end fiTV$prld*W<^2t»Jj» fengsr thqf of the neflefttjl 'averag^-oW'tKl losVw jfl|t. There,Is d whoh£nw set of"rf^pniifSMes,,,. v aJ3but 350,000 loWdns. $ ' 'f * 'ul V,|t situations, leaderships/^aria economic <6rtpitfort8. • r . yC.otnmting "on Iowa pbpulatfoh 'change* " Perhaps ft is time'to lay aside some of Our 'during the past decade, the "two SUI men note "dd gooder" philosophy and just .tend to Our that Iowa's growth was a modest five per cent own knitting; *dr fibrnfe' for the; most parti l ' < while trje nation's population'Increased by seme , .', In Germany the man and party that we 18 per cent and states such as Florida and Ne- (fdvfe backed in recent years lost ground in a Vada each increased 78 per e'ent/ "' v' riatlondljWest German election. If we take our 105U population, substract '"'' '""•turfceyfformeriprernier;Menderesi who the deaths and add the births in Iowa during the < ' i 11 M'fM*' •/*? / '^,4 *pif*f **• jt.f -l ** ll l lwl ^ ^y»WIIMWP Wf HY 11W _»!•»* waw**!!*!* 1 »*____..___ . ._ w Has* wolrked closely With the-U.S. for the past 10 decade, we find that some 230,000 peoJIe mi' years', has how been hanged as a "traitor." grated from Iowa' between 1950 ahd* 1960. ; ( , In South America our U.S. b'acked leaders, ,, , . Only six counties did not share in this out- are in difficulty. '• ' '•*. ' ••_ < migration — Black Hawk, Linn, Polk, Ppttawat- . In 'theiGongo weHhaye; a, : (irst, class rriess, tamie, Scott and Warren. The greatest losses.oc- t -vi ^tX-^L ^-kfl*-... fr~r«lj_. £-,..i«£sT* I-_s _l l^2_'/_ .1 -i.,.2L_*.J *._" «l &l - i»4__ _* fsj_ r £ IAL j/. r—L. OfseJthan iftthe tourttry had been at- CurVeid in the southern tiers of counfies. Although to*r^rnlin ! uh^er«Bllgld|t'*cont'rol. " «•'',; «V they had but 14.4 per cent of the state's pop- In Asia we have seen our handouts misqp- ' ulation in 1950, they contributed 24.8 per cent Dr6priated;>have ! seen the siiadll haflons existing of the state's net out-migration. • • ,' there play "both sides, against the middle, and The counties at either extreme were Worst of all have seen the men and splinters of Monona, which lost 25.5 per cent of its popula- goVernment they represent repudiated by their ' tion during the decade, and Linn, which gained own people. . , . . 13.2, per cent. % • Maybe the tfme has &>me' for a thorough ; Why did lowans leave the state?, The sinV reassessment of just what we can and cannot pie answer for the majority is that there were 1 '' " •' 'J, .and whether or not some- not enough jobs,in Iowa to give them proper ddihg'are making us friends" ' employment, the SUI researchers say. While jobs in nonagricultural employment grew during the " V *Tn*M.4& *U**t Mpnvultt 1 luMe lace tUs-in 4t*A ntlrvttiai* do, arojund,4he ,world o,f the thlrTgVWe are' or'enemies; f * "decqde, that growth'was less than the of persons available for employment. Thus, peo pie Jeft the state for better opportunities rather than, remaining to the dispvantage of all., ; " '"Shall we cry havpc at the prospect of this -NKv.v-n- ••• •••;•-• --/ •• r -; continued out-migration?" ask the SUI men. unhl recently, like putting people or, the moon - , /s , nce , hls has become the fash ionable thing to and stuff like that, is the sublet of a little |oke d we supposa t K at we ought to join in the la- Worth repeating. - ._.'.'.. .u., . „ Seems that a farmer^wa? visiting a chemis- THIS MODERN AGE , ; ;• Modern science, striving hard to do a variety things in which nobody was .much interested ment. But, this we' refuse to do." If the process of out-migration attracts only alarm. But, we are convinced that these fear's are>"groundless, they continue. , "Those who do cry havoc overlook a very ',, , j',"- 1 -it ', i^. '. i ITIilc uru(.c?a» Wl UUI-MIIUIUIIUII uiuwkia winy try-Jab and noted a young man deeply Involved the more j mag j native and . energetic people, In mixing ingredients that bubbled and bo.led thereb , eavin behind the |ess imaginci tive,and a|ld otherwise seemed .6b ? .ut /to' un|o6se the, enr etic/ then there wou ld'be real cause for spjrjts of the devil. • ... '•' Z'Wha^js.he.worklng on" the farmer asked? '- "He'lias 'jijsf""cib"out completed a formula f 9 r | l!quid that % wjll dissolve anything," replied ^jmpV^TVaiVVd^r'^M Th^'idJea'tlo^al the guide. - -'s ,'proc'esses in Jowa have built into bur labor ex- The farmer thought this over for a puzzled ( . • Qr| The h - ve been capab | e enough to take rnbment, and then asked - "What ya gonna JT oot , n thfi states ^ their ae | 0 p tion . B y leaving v and then staying away, we who have remained ,..,'] ,.-', fn Iowa have enjoyed higher per capita-income difficult-It- -£ nd jess unemployment." keep it in?" |may,j3e, if you like doing something, it is not Iwork. How much further it is to walk home from ivsjbrk tjian it is to walk the-distqpce of a 570 [yard golf hole. — Graettlnger Times People who put on the-most sfyle — often I put,off the most creditors. — Breda News 'Maybe Khrushchev is always in such an ugly frame of mind because,he get. up on the Wrong side of the world'each morning. — Cowrie wine* "We ought to be proud of those lowans 'on the outside' who have been so well trained in Iowa that when they left, they not only founc better jobs than were available at home, but were able to hold onto them when , adversity struck. Whether our readers are proud of this accomplishment or not, we are," conclude the SUI men. . ' *.- * . .*" : TE^AS ADOPTS SALES TAX The state of Texas like so many other states finds itself short of money and desperately hunting for sources of revenue to operate the state government. As a solution the state legis IE. Call Street—Ph. CY 4-3535—Algona, Iowa lature has come up with a sales tax law. Second cl»« poilage paid at Algona, Iowa Issued Thursday in 1961 By . . THE UPPER DBS MOINES PUBLISHING CO. -, R. B. WALLER, Editor & Publisher DON SMITH, News Editor . , MERLE PRATT, Advertising Mgr, . JACK PURCELL, Foreman ; "Hold th»t c*k« --the.wjtd«iing'» igjh lights pitJ by Kmy ry Boekelman, Lakota, .22 caliber, national catch course. A display ot the fittest fcrmy equip- Wiht a^ia & display of wildlife m the Slate Gonseryation Commission wete Very popular. ' i -'.•.'* * * The weather during the week in Kossuth county was just great —except •• for football squads. Tempetature readings ranged frfcm highs Of 88 and 86 to lows of ! 48-7l- i however, If the fore- east had' anything to do with it, tfit&e Was bound to'te a change— WJfn colder ahd-rainy weather predicted during the next few days. • »* « * * The Kossuth County draft board Wai on the dppt. The reason? The board Was ready to s4nd 24-men in the* draft Oct. 2 ahd the, men had been notified ahd ready to go—but then a call for five more men, td report Oct. 5, was received, so the board waS hustling around trying to round up the men for the additional call. The board had been quoted as saying that volunteers would be welcomed, due to the fact most of the men classified A-l had already been called. » * . *.,.... ' Bancroft, winner of the Kossuth County Baseball League' title and lOtya amateur baseball champions,' dropped a 1-0 decision to Springfield, Mass, in its fourth game of the national tournament at Battle Creek, Mich, and was sidelined from the meet. Prior to the loss to Springfield, the Kossuth • entry had downed Dearborn, Mich., 9-7, and Springfield, 111., 7-0, then dropped a 4-2 21, t9A1 Atflona (tft.) Upper Pet You tan Addrea < (Duwtlon* Tb • Him At BOX At KALfSPiLL, MONTANA Pea* tfajij 1 would like to Ma\?e Some pien pals betweeti the Mt«.>f 15 and 18. I'm tiearW 15 arid'my name ahd address* are ail follows:, Charlene Oibbs, 6266 East >Motirtt Morris, Mdunt MSrrilj Mich. " Peat Patti I've dated'this boy twV times and.'am wondering If it would "be all fight to write .hint' a friendly letter? We like each other only as,friends. We're both 16, ~ Postmarr. Pear,Postniani 1'nt afraid the boy might get the,wrong idea about your letter and so mfght you* parents. Besides, a letter istft needed in this situation 1 . • » We think it's about lime v we gratitude reared its ugly head. gfJSbto Sa^meS" ** remind the Russians" that'there -Americans passing out food in the double ^elimination meet, is such a thing as gratitude and -Russia were harassed by Com- new car> 1SOO bushels of oais it meanS the Same in any lang- Jhunurt officials,.aV^mbft^ every flnd & ^.^ ^^^ were des . uage. • , For many weeks now, the ened .___--_- - Tr: United "States, through-'trie-White-only then did the Russians, .stop House'and the State Department, interfering with American re- has * poured out thousands of lief workers, words in" .'announcements and «"«<"• »HP-VI pronouncenients ', "following • the latest Berlin'crisis'"and Hhe. v Soviet decision to renew tests of super hydrogen bombs,- < •• But nowhere ir/all the'Se Words .... does the United/'States''^ee fit to recently to "set the record straight ,. forgotten— or hd when they needed our help. V* Herbert Hoover wrote a |w that the Russians have chos- fo" rebuke the .role we played of Algona. The . about 4 a.m. when the hprh on-the auto began to blow!, They investigated arid found the granary and attached auto lean-to blazing. Firemen from Algona and .Bdde were called and saved all other build- the place.' Loss was es- at $3,000. * * « Kosuth county was ' going to refresh the Tnenjoty, of the Russians about two ^Occasions in re- _„ „ ._ —. , . . ^o»um uuumy was uvi"u 4U cent history ,whert\th)?y welcomed in, the great .famine. Only a few haye a ple Q uee n. Judges Mrs. the helping hand\§f Uncje Sam. years 'ago a top, Communist tour- Jbhn Kirk and Russ Waller > A1 . And why shouldn't' we. Russia iflg the United -States chargeq might i be npn-existant or under the .domination*"bf .another power if Ihis help had not forthcome., « t T ,„. In 1923 a great famine spread across Soviejt Russia. The United me and had a big argument Honestly, I've never don6 a thing to make him mad at me. My girl and 1 are the same &&> iw *h6 same high'school and have the dame rfe- hgion. We like each other but that's as far as it goes. We're not sfirlofis about each other and I've gbt a" g6od part-time job. ' ' Do you think,! might gain anything by trying to see my gifl's Dad and asking him what reasons he* has for not liking me? — Depressed. Boar fcepreswdi If everything is as you say, chances are your girl's father may have heard a story of two about'you. True ot false, he believed them and you're outside looking) in. I certainly think he should give you the benefit of the'doubt and talk tp-yofy but sometimes fathers can be very unreasonable, especially in cases such as yours. Good luck. Dear Dani Is there anything wrong with a .16-yefir-old girl having her boy friend come over to her house one ,or two nights a w6ek knd working their studies together? I'm asking this from the standpoint of my parents being but, like going .oui'.tti play bridge or to the movies. My mother days such a visit is all right when she and my father are home but as much as they trust me, it doesn't look too good when weVe alone in the house. Is this true? — Caroliliie. Dear Caroline: Sad to,say. the statement is true and whethej? yotfre in your owri home or baby-sittiqg fqr tf neighbor, a boy friend dOesn't , belong in the same house when' you're' Ayithout a chaperone. You know "how some peSpJe^Will .talk, even when there's nothing to talk about. ' ' " ' : ' ' ."•.•'•'*••'•••* . •. - . Dear Dan: I've got a,tough problem for you. My girl is art usher in" our'one and only mpvie theater and y/henever we go Out On'a date we have nothing to dp because she's already seen the movies.' Is there anything we can do about thjs, considering'yye have nothing else for amusement here? — Sunk. ' ' , Dear Sunki I'm afraid Incite isn't and feeling sorry for yourself won't help much either. Of course,-you can put'on'y out' thinking caps and make a list of things to dp and places to gd arpvmd your home community, especial^ with one or more other couples. You" just might be surprised'to know that your social life doesn't center around the local theater as much "as you thought. * ', ,':' Dear Dan: Is there airytning-.-wrotig, • as our principal says, with boy friends Walking their girls from one'class room'to another? My boy friend was told yesterday he couldn't walk down the hall with me — Mad. Dear'Mad: If your, principal' has a basis for his ruling, accept it. , However, his order is certainly a strict one and I'm wondering. p Russians u> pay lur,«« iy V " the difficult (?) job of picking mated to. these starving /mil- the winning entry—by tasting «s. This, : of course, is a bald- ^ m — entries. Sgujidsr.Jjke E ed I 1 . 6 -... ... . '•',., _. real toueh duty! Th'e big event States was first -an line to offer mind Mr. aced lie. all likelihood we could re- toueh duty! Th'ef big event suited to be held at' ttfe --.- .. . . ,,_ „ ,, i Mr. Khrushchev of how L ion hflll here Qct 2 asistance and in great -abundance, ylre opened our hearts and our : ,••'«-•«••> It was estimated later that some purses to. his, people, and it Kossulh bowlers got away Jo 20^ million Russians were saved Couldn't impress him for a,mo- - flying' (in some ''cases) start from virtual starvation. ment. But it might do the Am'er- j^ on( j a y and Tuesday as 16 45 YEARS ' Reuben Nelson of 'Gonyrie , was recently presented a gift" for 45 years as a Sunday school teacher there. He is now teaching the During World War II it was j£an morale some the United States that moved in with' planes, tanks and guns when Russia's back was to the it off our chests. wall and Nazi Germany was pushing toward Moscow. Mr. Khrushchev remembers that. Stalingrad was in flames. The whole Soviet Western 'front was threatened with collapse and the Nazis were overrunning the Soviet homeland. • • • *...'* Mr, Khruschev seems willing to plunge the ; whole world in nuclear holocaust because of his stubborriess in the Berlin matter. Does he fprget that the United States virtually alone FROM THE FILES OF THE ALGONA UPPER PES ,i ' Sept. 25, 1941 SUBSCRIPTION BATE3 IN KOSSUTH CO. Vesr, in " , r , r .~, nr r, t AJgona pep«rs to cojnblnstion, OM y«M ~T- 19 rj,b»crtpt«n lew than 9 months. BATi§ ON REQUEST Reprinted here are some comments taken from the Robstown (Texas) Record on the new state law. •. "Can't you see why the little pot-bellied man in Moscow has a right to be dancing a jig? "Bone of contention of the first order with the 57th Is that v|rtuqlly no man said to his colleagues: "Before we talk sales or income tax, let's sit down and figure where and how it may be possible to cut expenses." ''For those who holler .the loudest about government encroachments and "creeping socialism" the sale tax fo.o bonanza. They thoyght they were passjng the burden to sprriebo.dy else. , they refuse to acjm'lt and acknowledge that the •/basic democratic concept qf taxation is the "abill- •'fy to pay." For example, say two families Rave an annual income df-$10,000. One couple has no children, .The other has ten children. Upon • which farrjUy does the sales tax place the heaviest burden? The same gppMes to small business . men who mgst assume a new burden of collecting the tax for the stated We)I, the,fplks in Texqs are JMSt finding out what most other states have known for a long helped Russia save a much big- The annual Kossuth County ger piece of real estate—Russian Field Day was a smash' hit again reaL estate? There is no question as an estimated 20,000 persons but that Russia's extreme Wcs- jammed the grounds during the Ellsworth recently cele- tern Front would have crumbled day to watch or participate in ?°n of EUswortJi lecent y cele without the help of American numerous sport contests. . Here f a ^d their bUtn weaamg an planes, tanks and guns. " ' ™"'- mversaiv - 60th Mr. and Mrs, Goodman Swen- to young folks. After a little ctpflf|Qn comfis to realize that hf can go to bed ot midnight gnd. very seldom miss anything of importance. - Davis County jican : •. •" -•'/•.'"- .-"'.';'•••. Why should we not particular* are some of the winners:' Willis "iversary. Etherington, Algona, class A horse' shoe tournament; Judy 101 INTELLIGENT, BUDGETED, PLANNED NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING IS NOT A GAMBLE. IT IS BUSINESS INSURANCE, A BUSINESS STIMULATOR, A PROFIT BUIIDER, The ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES tic circle. Some of these 1 convoys lost as high as 75 percent of their ships at4he hands of Nazi bombers off the coast of Norway. * * * Perhaps the average Russian was never told of these American sacrifices bpt the Kremlin leaders know full well what this country, did for them in their hour of greatest peril. An incident that took place in Vienna shortly after the war shows how little the average Russian was really told about this help. A Soviet Army Officer, introduced to the American commander, Gen, Mark Claf k, asked: "Gen. CJgrk, will you please tell me now your American Army got so many Russian j«^ps?" Clark fqr- gqt for a moment that he .was an officer and a gentleman and answered the Russian with a bit of spicy American , language, Somewhere in the records ot the Kremlin there must be an account of another .American mission which saved Russian lives and by the millions. In 1923 the crops failed in Russia an4 famine gripped the entire Nation. The first tp offer assistance was the United States and in abundant measure. Herbert Hoover, later to become president of the United States, headed the American Relief Administration which went to Russia wi!i| pnjy one thought jn mind— to save lives. It was estimated lat^r, tjiat some 30 million Russians" were saved from of ; ., i.«, - j«V i\- iw*,*,^**. ,*,.}', M,.^ 4-!- rofcsion of was in progress Russian AUTO LOANS BORROW AT LOWEST RATES Just qs ypu compare cars for value and price before buying.. so should you compare auto loans, Not all loans cost the samel Compare our low bank rates and easy terms with those offered by any other loan agem cy. You'll find the savings are greater here. Low Interest Rates and Personalized Service Cost No More OWA STATE BANK Partner In ;/ Mt/nfesr F.p.l.C. ALGQNA children of students he had taught years ago. • '• STQRAGF CABINETS, metal, at Upper L/es Moines. ',- tea,ms began a winter-long battle for the league title at Barry's bowling alleys. Grain Belt, Algona Creamery and Pioneer got off in front of the pack by taking three games. Five other, teams wpn two of three the first night and were tied for fourth in the loop. * * * Errol Flynn, Fred MacMurray, Ralph Bellamy and Alexis Smith were to be featured in the best movie of the week, "Dive Bomber", slated to show at the New Call theater here. Another topflight hit was "Belle Starr", with Randolph Scott, Gene Tierney and Dana Andrews. Professional Directory INSURANCE Chiropractor »» «/ ff**r^*'~ »• «p *•«• JVM* •**•*••*•* - JIV*«IG »4*W^ vwfc»« *•«*«••-"•• | " —— ^ ( ail »ir *O .y remind the Russians that all Dahlhauser, Algona, best appear- Seth Price of the Masonic San- this help went to them at N tre- ing girl with dog; Ronald Drem- itarium in Bettendorf recently mendous loss of American liv- mel, Algona, best appearing boy celebrated his 101st birthday. He es? In the early part of World with dog;. Wendell Jensen, Al- says he feels good, just like al- Wpr II American convoys under- gona, non-sporting champion ways. "I wouldn t want to live took the almost hopeless task of dog; Paul Beck, Whittemore, no- my life over, he declared. I ve moving supplies to the Russian vice class, water trials and no- been working hard since I^ve seaport of Murmansk in the Ar- vice class, land trials; and Har- been big enough to lift a hoe. A. J. (Arnie) Ricklefs Hospitalization Health & Accident Life — Auto — Fire — Hail 2 E. State CY- 4-4529 ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY J. R. (Jim) KOLP Surety Bonds — All Lines of Insurance CY 4-3176 206 E. State BLOSSOM INSURANCE AGENCY All Lines of Insurance Automobile - Furniture Loan 7 N. Dodge Phone CY 4-273b BOHANNON INSURANCE SERVICE 5 N. Dodge Phone CY 4-4443 Home - Automobile - Farm 1 Polio Insurance CHARLES D. PAXSON Dwelling, Auto, Liability, Life, General Phone CY 4-4512 KOSSUTH MUTUAL . INSURANCE ASSOCIATION Over $74,000,000 worth of insurance in force. CY 4-3756. Lola Scuffham. Sec'y HERBST INS. AGENCY For Auto, House, Household Goods, and Many Other Forms. Phone CY 4-3733 Ted S. Herbs! farm Bureau Mutual Ins. Co, Affiliated witii Farm Bureau Auto (with $10 Deductible) Ljfe - Hail - Tractor Phone CY 4-3351 Don Stark', Mgr. Pr. P. P, Arnold Chiropractor Over Penney's Office Phone — CY 4-3373 Hours: 9:00 — 5:00 Open Friday Night Monday — Wednesday — FridaJ Dr. William L. Clegg Chiropractor 521 E. State St. Hours: 9:00 — 6:00 thru Sat. ' 9:00 — 9:00 Friday Ph. Off. CY 4-4877 Res. CY 4-3461 DOCTORS MELVIN G. BOURNE, M. D. Physician & Surgeon 118 N. Moore SU Office phone CY 4-2345 Resident phone CY 4-227 u , J. N. KENEFICK. M. D. Physician & Surgeon 218 W. State Street Office phone CY 4-2353 Resident phone CY 4-2614 CAROL L. PLOTT, M. D. 110 N. Moore Street Practice Limited to Surgery Office Hours by Appointment CYpress 4-4864 Office CYpress 4-4331 Residence HAROLD C, SUNDET Representing State Farm Ins. Co, 706 So. Phillips St. ;ona Phone CY 4 4l PALE W. LOCKWOOP The Equitable'Life Assurance * Society Of The United States Purt, lovftj, Phone 801 CRAWFORD INSURANCE SERVICE Andy Crawford All Types OJ Insurance Office Phone CY 4-2279 Barm GarltoQ Farm smanJ JOHN M. SCHUTTER. M. D. Residence Phone CY 4-2335 DEAN F. KOOB, M. D. Residence Phone CY 4-4917 Physicians & Surgeons 220 No. Dodge, Algona Office Phone CY 4-4490 OPTOMETRISTS PH. I* I* SNYDER Optometrist 113 East State Algona Telephone CY 4-2711 Closed Saturday Afternoons Dr., SAWYER and ERICSSON Eyes Examined Contact Lense? Hearing Aid Glassei 9 East State o Phone CYpress 4-2 Hours: 9:00 <un. to 5;PO p.m, C)>3ed Saturday DP. C. M- O'CONNOR Optometrist Visual Analysis & Visual 108 South Harlan St. (Home Federal Bldg.) CY j-8748 PR. KARL B, HOFFMAN Office in Home Federal Bldg, Qif}Cf ^ Pit J, 9, HABIHi, Pt»M CY 4-JW4

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